Kilmainhamwood, historically simply Killmainham (Irish: Cill Mhaighneann), is a village and townland in north County Meath, Ireland. The village is built on the River Dee and is situated north of Whitewood Lake. The village is located on local roads. Neighbouring parishes are Kingscourt to the north, Drumconrath to the east, Nobber to the south-east, Moynalty to the south and Bailieborough to the west.
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There is a primary school, a church, two pubs, and a newsagent near the centre of the village.
Kilmainham Wood station on the former Dublin to Kingscourt railway line was situated east of the village and was closed to passengers in 1947.
The local Gaelic football club is called Kilmainhamwood GFC. The club won the Meath Senior Football Championship once in 1996, however, they now compete in the Junior A Football Championship, which they have won three times in 1965, 1982 and most recently in 1994. Nobber is Kilmainhamwood's main football rivals. Notable former players for Kilmainhamwood include Brian Stafford, Sean McCormack and Jerry Owens.